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The Local Executive Board (LEB) is the second highest policy-making body. It takes care of the work of the Union between conventions, but must conform to the Constitution and Local Convention policies.

The LEB is composed of 20 members: the three Local Officers, five Industrial Grouping members (one from each grouping, elected by the membership at-large), twelve Division Representatives (the Division Directors; one Division Trustee and one Division Board member who are elected from each of the four Island Divisions). Hawaii International Executive Board members also sit on the LEB with voice, but no vote.

The LEB meets four times a year, and its decisions and actions are reported to the membership in detailed minutes.

Local Executive Board

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